Robbin Loonan is a Licensed Professional Counselor who joined the staff in 2014. Prior to joining the MHS staff, Robbin was the Coordinator of Anti-Violence Initiatives (AVI) here at TCNJ where she led the campus’ efforts to prevent power-based personal violence and provided counseling for victims and survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence, and stalking. Robbin is a Certified Domestic Violence Specialist who also holds a Certification in Child Maltreatment with a specialty in child sexual abuse.
Before coming to the College, Robbin worked at several NJ domestic violence agencies, the Morris County Child Advocacy Center, Princeton House, and in private practice. Her professional areas of interest include utilizing art and other creative techniques to heal from trauma and loss, family issues, interpersonal relationships, LGBTQ concerns, and issues of diversity/ multicultural sensitivity.
In addition to providing counseling, Robbin coordinates the MHS Peer Education program for the center. She is passionate about working with various student and professional groups on campus to enhance emotional well-being, increase resiliency and coping, and decrease barriers to assistance.
In her free time, Robbin enjoys spending time at the beach and spending time with family and friends.